Our youth programs teach young curlers the rules of curling along with techniques in a safe and fun environment. Each program is instructed by coaches and offers both non-competitive and competitive opportunities for all curlers. We are always accepting new curlers, come out for a rocking time!
Little Rocks (ages 6 – 12), $61.95 + $8.05 HST = $70.00
Bantam (ages 13 – 16), $75.22 + $9.78 HST = $85.00*
*Add $55 for evening league play, at the discretion of the coach and league convener.
Junior (ages 17 – 20), $172.57 + $22.43 HST = $195.00
Ages 6-12 years
Sunday – arrive at the club by 12:15 pm for curling at 12:30. Finish 1:30 -1:45
It is all about having fun and meeting new friends while learning the fundamentals of curling. No experience is necessary, and the skill award program is used. The Prescott Curling Club supplies the brooms and the sliders.
Curlers must bring clean running shoes to wear on the ice – we need to keep the ice free of debris!
Curling Canada has recommendations for helmet use. Please read more about their helmet recommendations here. Helmets are mandatory for anyone under the age of 12 and must be CSA-approved.
Bantam and Junior
Ages 13 – 20 years
Sunday – arrive at the club by 2:00 pm for curling at 2:15. Finish 3:15 – 3:30
It is all about having fun and meeting new friends while fine tuning the techniques and learning the strategy of the game. The Prescott Curling Club supplies the brooms and the sliders.
This law was enacted on July 1, 2019, and concerns concussions. Everyone who participates in curling or any sport who is 26 or under must read the information presented and sign a confirmation to that effect. This confirmation will be kept on file and this procedure followed every year. There are three booklets of information:
Please read the information for your age group and sign the confirmation sheet. It can be handed in to the youth program coordinator.
We are always looking for more coaches and volunteers. For those interested in coaching, please visit the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) website. If you would like to volunteer, please contact the Youth Program Director.
For more information about our programs, coaching and volunteering, please do not hesitate to contact Jean Burton-Fox – Youth Program Director at email@example.com or 613-213-5309.
For instructions on how to register for our youth programs please go to our registration page.